Amazon admits to ‘limited’ Black Friday strikes – DW – 11/25/2022

Amazon acknowledged “limited” strikes in nine out of its 20 German fulfillment centers on Friday as international unions called for worldwide strikes to mark Black Friday.

Black Friday is marked nearly worldwide on the Friday after the US holiday of Thanksgiving with significant discounts. It’s considered one of the year’s busiest shopping days.

What did Amazon say?

A spokesperson for Amazon in Germany defended the giant retailer, which has been the target of global calls for protests in over 20 countries.

“As an employer, Amazon offers great pay, benefits and development opportunities — all in an attractive and safe working environment,” Reuters news agency quoted the spokesperson as saying.

The company also pointed to a wage increase for Germany’s Amazon logistics…

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